Delhi. According to the circumstances and society in the court, sometimes during the debate, such facts also come up which people understand carefully. The Supreme Court has laid down the condition while hearing an appeal by a government employee seeking protection from arrest in the rape case. Court is now being discussed outside the condition. The Supreme Court told the accused that he would allow the victim to marry. Only then bail will be obtained. If you do not approve of marriage, you will have to go to jail. The bail plea of Mohit Subhash Chavan was going on in the Supreme Court. Mohit, a technician at Maharashtra State Electric Production Company, is accused of raping a schoolgirl. Mohit has a case under the Serious Sections of Protection of Child Sexual Offenses Act. Chief Justice of India SA Bobde told the petitioner’s counsel that if you want to marry the victim then we can help. If not, the job will go and go to jail. You wooed the girl and raped her. This is very sad. Counsel for the accused had argued that Mohit’s job could be lost.
It is to be known that when the girl went to file a complaint with the police, the mother of the accused proposed marriage. The victim had turned it down. Then an agreement was reached that if the girl turns 18, she will get married. When the victim turned 18, the accused refused to marry. After this, the victim filed a case of rape. Giving another chance, the Chief Justice asked the accused if you would marry him? Counsel for the accused said that we will talk through it. The Chief Justice told the accused that the girl should have thought before luring and raping her. He knew that he was a government employee.
The Chief Justice said, “We are not pressuring you for marriage.” Tell us whether you want it or not. Otherwise you will say that we are pressurizing her to marry him. Marriage is not being pressurized. Counsel for the accused once again reiterated that he would reply after a discussion with his client. The trial court provided protection to the accused from arrest. The High Court quashed it. The Supreme Court said that the accused will not be arrested for four weeks and he can apply for a regular bail.